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SubjectRe: [lm_sensors] wrong sensors readings from w83782d on Tyan Dual K7/Thunder
On Thu, 15 Nov 2001, Hans-Peter Jansen wrote:
> Readings from temp2 are always lower than from 1 and 3.
> BIOS says:
> temp1 = cpu0
> temp2 = cpu1
> temp3 = chassis

Yes. One cpu is generally right below the power supply so the airflow is
obstructed or something, and it runs warmer than cpu0. Everyone's s2460 is
like this.

temp1: +41.0 C (limit = +2 C, hysteresis = +64 C) sensor = 3904 transistor
temp2: +39 C (limit = +80 C, hysteresis = +75 C) sensor = 3904 transistor
temp3: +42 C (limit = +80 C, hysteresis = +75 C) sensor = 3904 transistor

-Dan
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